Poison suspected in Utah family deaths

10/30/2014 // West Palm Beach, Florida, US // JusticeNewsFlash // Justice News Flash // (press release)

Utah – A Utah family found dead in their home on September 27 may have died as a result of poisoning some reports speculate. As reported by The Salt Lake Tribune, police in Springville are still waiting; however, on results from toxicology tests to confirm what caused the multiple deaths.

Following the discovery of the bodies of Benjamin and Kristi Strack and three of their children, Springville police said that no signs of violence or trauma had been found inside of the house.

An officer is quoted in the report as writing in an affidavit to search the family home, “It is probable that these deaths were not accidental or natural in any way.”

Springville Police Lt. Dave Caron is further quoted as stating of the case, “To comment or speculate on the cause or manner of death prior to the results of those autopsies would be unprofessional… And minus those reports we have no updates to give on the case or the investigation itself.”

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